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The Importance of Self Care During the Menopause Transition With Nathalie Bonafé
Nathalie Bonafé and podcast host Rachel address the importance of taking care of your emotional health and why practicing self care during the menopause transition is so essential.LISTEN
Let's Talk Menopause at Work: Why Employers Should be Offering Menopause Benefits
Nathalie talks about the global growth of menopause-related health benefits as well as the menopause stigma, its impact on employees and what employers can do to support employees going through menopause.READ
Thermaband is designed to obtain menopausal insights.
Nathalie answers questions about her work in womens' health and where she sees femtech technology going in the years to come.READ
Join host Clare McCarthy as she engages guests in honest, open discussions of trans-related issues.
Nathalie and Clare McCarthy of Transqat met at New Haven Pride and talk here about hormonal transitions that unite us all whether cis, trans, queer or non binary.LISTEN
Nathalie Bonafe and Sallyanne Brady share more information about how you can get involved in this year’s GLOBAL MENOPAUSE WALK.
Global Menopause Walk of 2022: The goal is to walk or move 50,000 steps throughout the month of October. Why 50,000? 50 is because approximately 50% of the population will experience Menopause, because it is roughly the average age of Menopause and the length of a marathon. The purpose is to raise money for research into Women’s Health.LISTEN
Just-In Time Conversations with Justin Farmer, Women's Health at Mid-Life
Nathalie and Justin talk openly about women's health at midlife and the importance of advocacy for all women. They also talk about the first Virtual Menopause Walk in October for Menopause Awareness month!WATCH
The Science, treatment gaps, and myths of menopause
This hour on Where We Live, we learn more and we talk to a “menopause doula” about treatment, gaps in care and myths. We also examine findings from new studies on the impact of trauma, disparities, and workplace policies on women’s bodies in midlife.READ
Episode 27: 30 End of Life Doulas in 30 Days Nathalie Bonafe
Nathalie shares her how & why of becoming a death doula. Plus her challenges and hopes for the field.LISTEN
The latest information about Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), by the Author of "The Estrogen Question", Dr. Sandra Rice.
Nathalie talks with Dr. Sandra Rice, MD, a board-certified internal medicine specialist with over 35 years of experience caring for women in menopause and beyond.Join
LoveBabz Love Talk with Babz Rawls-Ivy and Nathalie Bonafé
Babz and Nathalie talk about the need for support during life’s transitions, and how, as a death and menopause doula, Nathalie supports her clients.Join
EO91: MENOPAUSE CAFÉ WITH
Welcome to the Messy Middle Road Trip podcast. We are thrilled to have women’s health advocate, Nathalie Bonafé joining us in the convertible today. A native of France,LISTEN
Connecticut’s first Menopause Café lets women gather to talk about their health
Nathalie Bonafé specializes in uncomfortable topics. Bonafé, who is based in New Haven, makes her living as an end-of-life doula. She works with individuals and families who are dealing with an impending death,...READ
“You’ve Lost A Way Of Life”
Whether or not Covid-19 has affected you personally, nearly all of us are affected by the new way of life brought on by this pandemic. The economy is shaky, schools are closed and events are cancelled. People are afraid of losing their jobs.READ
End-of-life doulas and ‘death cafes’ are changing the conversation around dying
The term “death doula,” which a lot of people use when describing Nathalie Bonafé, makes her job sound edgy. But the proper name for what Bonafé and her company A Gentler Parting do is “end-of-life doula.”READ
Death doula, pourquoi j’accompagne les gens dans la mort
Death doula, pourquoi j’accompagne les gens dans la mort Nathalie Bonafé est death doula aux Etats-Unis. Son rôle ? Adoucir le quotidien des personnes en fin de vie et les accompagner jusqu’à leur dernier souffle.READ